Archive for the ‘print’ Category

Sewing for Céline

Saturday, April 4th, 2015


For her solo CHORUS show, Céline Gillain needed a something to wear that would give her courage.

We decided to make a magical cape which would protect her and give her energy for her performance.

She opted for a dark turquoise neoprene and black lining, the print was designed by Harrisson, based on a painting of Justice from the Yale art gallery.



*F*A*N* of my students

Saturday, March 14th, 2015


…. 2 days of festivities at Le 75 where I teach, 2 days of students performing and showing work, with pancake making, sound performance, hair combing and T-shirt printing!
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Roberta Miss

Wednesday, March 4th, 2015

New! Roberta Miss’ Tumblr featuring textile, print and photography work.

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Monday, December 8th, 2014

Polke at Tate Britain: KING! An amazingly creative life researching the image through paint, print, collage, textiles and film. Absolutely fantastic!

Studio time

Monday, November 24th, 2014

Studio Time: Screen Tryptic – Brussels Kitchen towel – Printing and reference reading.

Gosts are Guests: Production

Monday, October 27th, 2014

Textile posters: an edition of 20 prints on fabric (50 x 70 cm).
Opening Mix for exhibition hits the Mixcloud noise charts.
Sunday printing:”The kitchen is the new gallery”, a collection of printed tea-towels.


Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

*** Up coming exhibition with Myriam Hornard at MAAC ***

Mini tea-time with Anaick Moriceau – Soap making – Printing time.


Mum’s At Work

Friday, August 29th, 2014

How can a one make art work, when most of the week is dedicated to kids, running the household and working?
So few hours available for studio practice.
And 2 months school holiday makes the whole thing even more complicated and … frustrating…
To overcome this feeling of failure, Anaïck Moriceau and I decided to make a silk-screened poster during our holiday week in Bretagne.
Our days at the seaside with the kids enabled us to collect some materials which we solarised. We gained time by using ready mixed inks which were lying around in the studio. The formula went: concentration + simplicity = efficiency.
So between cups of tea, bathing time, shopping and cooking meals, we managed to get all three screens exposed and printed.
Meanwhile, the kids played, fought and watched a few life-saving cartoons.

……The result is an edition of 10 prints. A composition of coolness and plenitude which reflected “some” of the aspects of our week!!
And every evening by 9PM, we were ready to fall into a heap.
Mum’s At Work Poster available here soon!


Tuesday, March 11th, 2014


Cave 12

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

New Space – New series of posters.
Harrisson has been illustrating 2 years of itinerant Cave 12 concerts and now onto third in the amazing new space.